Following the major winter storm that swept through Texas, some residents are facing thousands of dollars in energy costs. One America’s Jacob Demille has more.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) refuted attacks on his trip to Cancun, as Democrats are seeking to divert attention from the lack of federal emergency aid to Texas amid a powerful winter storm.
White House spokesperson Jen Psaki attempted to defend Joe Biden’s lack of support for Texas during the recent winter storm.
After the winter storm in Texas left thousands without power, many are examining what role green initiatives in the state may have played in this power failure. One America’s Jack Posobiec spoke to energy expert Daniel Turner to find out more.
Gov. Greg Abbott (R-Texas) said he’s pooling resources to get food and water to residents. During a press conference on Friday, Abbott announced his office is working with local and federal agencies to set up water testing labs to bolster the state’s clean water supply.
The major winter storm has forced Houston residents to wait in long lines for clean drinking water.
While power has been restored to millions in Texas after days of massive blackouts, nearly half a million are still without access to electricity. On Thursday, the top official in charge of power and electricity in Texas said the state was minutes away from a catastrophic failure that could have left it in the dark for months.
Texas officials gave an update on the ongoing power outages amid a historic winter storm. On Wednesday, Gov. Greg Abbott (R-Texas) said all sources of his state’s power were compromised by the freezing temperatures.
Officials in Texas are sounding the alarm as turbines freeze and power supplies are threatened. At least 2.5 million residents are without power in the Lone Star State and electric companies are issuing rolling blackouts.